The dynamic heritage strategy is an era choice to respond to the “modern monument paradox”. As a highly malleable concept, heritage, whether it is the concept itself or its related practices, has to be discussed, and criticized before recognition in a constant movement. The typical Dutch tolerant society has been facing the impact of multiculturalism and the resulting dynamic identity. The national government therefore proposed a sustainable development concept of “conservation through development” for both heritage protection and regional spatial planning. From the perspective of architects, this paper discusses the dynamic strategies in heritage restoration and transformation from three dimensions of culture, economy and history. Focusing on strategies and specific methods, this paper analyses the dynamic Dutch mode and its positive influence on integrated heritage conservation, evoking sustainable strategies for modern heritage transformation of times.
|Translated title of the contribution||Dynamic Heritage Strategies: Dutch practices of architectural heritage transformation under the cultural, economic and historical dimensions|
|Publication status||Accepted/In press - 20 Sep 2019|